Ep 103: An Ephesiological Christmas

On this Ephesiology Podcast, we’re talking about Christmas past, present, and future. What are the things we long for in our Christmas pasts? What do we look forward to this Christmas? And what is our hope for Christmas futures? Join our podcasters for our Christmas special as we reflect on the most miraculous of miracles – God incarnate!

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